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10/25/02 | | Jeremy Kauffman
Bam! Entertainment and I-Imagine bring us the first title developed in the Microsoft Incubator program, and the first console game made in Africa. Chase: Hollywood Stunt Driver provides really solid gameplay that will have you hard-pressed to put down the controller. It's a great first effort, and we look forward to more. Click here.


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10/25/02 | | Eric Qualls
Acclaim has given us the sequel to their cult-fave arcade style racer, and Burnout 2: Point of Impact is everything we wanted it to be. Better graphics, more tracks, more vehicles, and more gameplay modes make it a must-have title for any racing fan, and a must-try title for gamers in general. Click here for the review.


10/20/02 | | Eric Qualls
Sure, racing souped-up airplanes at really low altitudes through Nevada canyons sounds extreme, but Xtreme Air Racing manages to tone down the heart-pumping thrills and focus on the fairly cerebral simulation. It's kind of like reading a Sex Ed textbook unless you're really into aircraft simulations. Click here.


10/20/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Majesco and Rage have teamed up to create Mobile Forces. This is a fairly basic first person shooter title with low system requirements. But Mobile Forces mixes up the action by throwing vehicles into the fray. Scooting around in a Hummer or APC is just the thing for whacking bad guys. Click here.


10/20/02 | | Eric Qualls
Infogrames and Atari bring us a new Superman game, and this one goes a long way toward redeeming the steely one's reputation. Superman: Shadow of Apokolips manages to look almost just like the popular cartoon series, and the game itself is not bad. Click here for more.


10/16/02 | | Aaron Stanton
Codemasters brings us a really innovative WWII-themed title. Prisoner of War puts you in the role of a downed American fighter pilot, and it ain't all Hogan's Heroes. You'll sneak around, infiltrate, steal and escape, but you won't fire a shot from a weapon. Plus, you'll learn derogatory terms for Germans you never knew existed. Click.


10/16/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Interplay brings us the last RPG to use the Infinity engine. A bit of silence is in order. OK, now we can make a whole lot of noise about Icewind Dale II. Utilizing the Third Edition AD&D rules set, it isn't the prettiest RPG out there, but it is one of the biggest and best. Click here.


09/23/02 | | Jason Frank
If you don't know that Super Mario Sunshine is out now, then you've been living under a rock. This game is being plugged everywhere, and with good reason. It's the first Mario adventure since Mario 64, and we think it is the proverbial cat's pajamas. Click here for the review.


09/21/02 | | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
If you've played the older versions of Pac-Man, then you pretty much know what you're getting into with Pac-Man All-Stars. This title is little more than a facelift, and the replacement of the maze with more 'realistic' 3D levels doesn't quite work out. Click here for more.


09/16/02 | | Shawn Rider
Digital Leisure continues to resurrect long gone laser disc titles for us to play on our DVD player or DVD ready PS2 and Xbox. Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars is a campy on-rails shooter that takes you back to some Miami Vice, Reagan-era drug policy. It's worth a laugh at least. Click here.


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